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Coronet Instructional FilmsFun that Builds Good Health, The (1950)

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Presents a variety of choices of recreation in terms of good times and good health.

00:12:59
Young boy running on football field
00:13:02
Boy drops pass, looks sad
00:14:00
WS Family dinner table, camera zooms to Dad
VO: "Mr. Baxter is worrying about Jimmy. He wants Jimmy to be strong and happy, like Hank."
00:14:09
CU Blond hair - Dad is smiling
00:14:13
CU Dark haired Jimmy looking grumpy
00:15:25
Dad comes into living room with football, sits next to Jimmy
00:15:30
Dad offers Jimmy football. Jimmy shakes his head no. Dad teaches Jimmy how to play football.


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Producer: Coronet Instructional Films
Production Company: Coronet Instructional Films
Audio/Visual: sound, color


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Director: Gil Altschul. Cameraman: Bruce Colling. Writers: George Tychsen, Hartley Pfeil, Full. Editor: Dick Kirschner. Narrator: George Stone. Educational Collaborator: Erwin F. Beyer, Department of Physical Education, The University of Chicago.